Grateful Dead Live at Bayfront Center on 1988-10-16
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- Grateful Dead
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|Box Of Rain|
|Victim Or The Crime >|
|Looks Like Rain >|
|Terrapin Station >|
|The Wheel >|
|Gimme Some Lovin' >|
|All Along The Watchtower >|
|Happy Birthday Bobby|
|E: The Mighty Quinn|
-Primary source Another installment of The Music Never Stopped Project!; EAC/SHN converted by Brad Ingle (email@example.com);Seeded to etree 06/02;
and thanks to Paul Raoul for the audio discs.
-Audio remastering by mattman (firstname.lastname@example.org)on October 18, 2004.
-Drop out in d1t04 1:02-1:09 replaced with audio from 4:07-4:14.
-Drop out in d1t06 5:55-6:21 replaced with patch source.
-Drop out in d2t05 11:01-end and d2t06 0:00-0:04 replaced with patch source.
-Discs 1 and 2 are seemless.
-Primary source E'Qd and pitch-corrected.
- 2005-12-25 18:34:22
- AUD > MC > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN > WAV > Adobe Audition > CD Wave > shntool > FLAC16
- St. Petersburg, FL
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Brad Ingle and mattman
- Bayfront Center
Subject: Been Waiting 20 Years
The sound quality is a bit boomy. I would recommend this as a listen, at minimum, just to see if it fits your taste. I love the Boxes of this era. Victim has some feedback issues. Foolish features a nice outro jam. I love the drums, and Wheel has good energy. The Dew is the highlight of the set. Short ending jam but very strongly sung with great inflections. Happy birthday Bob. Peace
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Subject: I'm looking forward to more shows with a higher quality of sound
1st Set: (heard on previous 10/16/88 entry)A well-planned out, patient coasting "Mississippi" opens up tonight's proceedings. "Never Trust" is given the full treatment as well. Not every note or transition sounds ideal, but they're in FL to play. Wow, the slightly off-putting but agreeable song sequences continue with "Stranger." Each song tonight is nicely spaced out...nothing feels overly rushed. Unfortunately, due to the rather concave sound, the songs don't sound all that distinct to one another. Therefore, the "FOTD" that follows, although nicely paced, isn't all that memorable. Good call with "Memphis Blues" but it's not an exceptionally stirring version, just despondent over its own resignation. "To Lay me Down" is awfully sweet and sincere. A touch of "Ease" lightly brightens up the melancholy skies.
2nd Set: On to the better recording for Set 2. Last night's show was also noteworthy for its backbeat, something this "Box" also shares in common. Loud crowd approval over this standard, pretty good version. Straight into "Victim" which is a decent standard version. "Foolish" isn't as achieved as others a month ago whereas "LLR" suffices as arena huggles for the lack of snuggles. Jerry's forgetting major chunks of lyrics during an otherwise decent but slightly listless "Terrapin." "Drums/Space" make up some erratic noises but it's "The Wheel" that achives closer to refreshing my somewhat empty tank. "Gimme" is about that for passing the time. Time to get serious with "Watchtower." It's passable but not momentous. All of the silliness from my previous evening suddenly appears small and insignificant considering the story behind "Dew." The build and heavy tones suggests something a lot bigger than the climax we're given.
Respectful applause greets Bobby on his quick Birthday recognition. An well-intentioned but slightly tired "Mighty Quinn" ends this run in southern Florida.
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